ISBN 9788120816701,Vedic Mathematics for Schools - Book 2

Vedic Mathematics for Schools - Book 2



Motilal Banarsidass Publishers

Publication Year 2007

ISBN 9788120816701

ISBN-10 8120816706


Edition 7th
Number of Pages 299 Pages
Language (English)

Applied mathematics

Vedic Mathematics For Schools (Book 2) is ideal for students at the senior level or those preparing for their 11+ examinations. It contains 24 chapters.

The book derives its theories from revered guru Sri Sankaracarya Bharati Krsna Tirthaji. His principles and teachings have been applied to modern mathematical sums. The book demonstrates that this ancient wisdom still holds relevance today. This book teaches students how to use these techniques and formulae in modern mathematics.

Vedic Mathematics For Schools (Book 2) contains diagrams and step-by-step examples, that explain to students how the solutions have been arrived at. More than 200 practise questions have been included, allowing students to test their knowledge and hone their skills.

The topics featured in this book include fractions and decimals, four rules of numbers, perimeters and areas, simplifying and solving in algebra, ratio and proportion, averages, and percentages. The book also focuses on basic geometrical constructions, angles, and graphs. This book is also useful for students preparing for mathematics competitions. It will help them put their best foot forward as they display mental agility in solving questions and making quick calculations.

Vedic Mathematics for Schools (Book 2) also teaches students shortcuts and quick methods of division, multiplication and other arithmetical operations. This book is part of the syllabus in schools affiliated with the Education Renaissance Trust.

About the author :-
James T. Glover is an educationist, teacher and researcher.
He has also written Vedic Mathematics for Schools (Book 3), Vedic Mathematics for Schools (Book 2) With CD, and Vedic Mathematics for Schools (Book 3) With CD.
James T. Glover heads the Mathematics department at London's St. James Independent Schools. He is also the Director for Mathematical studies at the School of Economic Science. Glover has spent over 20 years conducting research on Vedic mathematics and how it can be applied in students' education. He has even organised several courses for the same in London.